By  on January 6, 2020

California was front-and-center in 2019 for measures to address data privacy and to prevent workers from being miscategorized as “independent contractors.” In 2020, other states are expected to take similar steps to protect workers and consumers, given the slim odds of any major federal legislation passing in an election year. 

The California Consumer Privacy Act, which the state passed in June 2018 and amended over the past year, took effect Jan. 1. The law, which is meant to give consumers more agency over their personal data, takes cues from the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation in 2018. 

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